[theme : FEATURE]
Bringing Unix into the NetWare fold presents Novell with a marketing dilemma: what to tell software developers who ask which platform to write applications for.
Autodesk's best-selling CAD software goes Windows.
[theme : FIRST IMPRESSIONS] [author : Patrick Waurzyniak]
Solaris for Intel is the most complete PC Unix.
[author : Ben Smith]
the next step for a growing network
NoteJet 486, Canon's notebook/printer makes a dynamic package
HP LaserJet 4Si and 4Si MX, Hewlett-Packard's newest network printers
PagePlus 2.0, a $59.95 desktop publishing package
Compel, multimedia presentation software from Asymetrix
Painter 2.0, a "natural," professional, and fun paint tool
The DTR-1 is a notebook or a pen computer, the SmartLink V32bis FaxModem encrypts your data, LapCAD 5 for the Mac gives you finite modeling, and more.
Intel's new Pentium CPU doubles the speed of the fastest 486.
[author : Tom R. Halfhill]
A radically object-oriented design previews future operating systems.
[author : Dick Pountain]
[theme : SEEKING SECURITY]
Mainframe-type security is coming to the client/server environment.
[author : Paulina Borsook]
U.S. law enforcers want to limit your use of data encryption.
[author : Peter Wagner]
Anonymous attack software targets networked computers.
[author : John DeHaven]
Our testing shows which printer is best for your needs.
[theme : LAB REPORT] [author : Richard Fox, Alan Jock, Chandrika Krishnanturthy, Stephen Platt, and Leonard Presberg]
Some of the best options available for bringing multimedia to the PC.
[theme : SOLUTIONS FOCUS] [author : Greg Loveria]
Ten PIMs for Windows, DOS, and the Mac, ranging from simple organizers to full-blown project managers.
[author : Nicholas Baran]
Banyan's distributed directory meets server-based NetWare.
[author : John Rydberg]
The hardware side of Video for Windows.
[author : Tom Yager]
[author : Howard Eglowstein]
A review of four parallel-port tape drives for backup.
Lotus' latest high-end DOS spreadsheet is faster, but you mill may prefer the low-end line.
[author : Nicholas John Delonas]
This month's column literally goes under the hood to examine a new generation of automotive-control computers.
[theme : UNDER THE HOOD] [author : Dick Pountain]
How to take advantage of multiple inheritance in your C++ class designs.
[theme : SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED] [author : Allen Holub]
Windows NT offers outstanding exception-handling tools. Here's why you need them.
[theme : BEYOND DOS] [author : Gen Kiyooka]
[theme : USER'S COLUMN] [author : Jerry Pournelle]
User's Choice Awards wrap-up.
Windows NT, multimedia, MIT, Compton's on CD-ROM, and more.
[author : Hugh Kenner, Steve Apiki, and Tom Yager]
Computers are about to mount a new challenge in the chess world.
[author : Hans Berliner]
[author : Dennis Allen]
Coming to terms with software gluttony; OS/2 hassles; machine translation; and other topics.
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